I've had this Silvertone 319 flattop for a couple of years now after pickuing it up for cheap on FB marketplace. Looks gorgeous but plays like a dog! Kind of par for the course with these guitars right? The biggest problem is that goofy bridge which is both too low and too high at the same time. Not enough break angle from the tailpiece, and the neck needs a reset to get anything close to a reasonable action. Finish is that great checked nitro that you only get with decades of age. It probably never played well since the only wear it has is from sitting in a vinyl case. Good bones though with a flame maple neck and solid birch soundbox... It's not a vintage Martin but hey at least there's no plywood. Ladder braces and a...bridge plate. Seems like I could convert this to a regular old steel string bridge with pretty minimal effort, do a neck reset in the process, and end up with a decent little parlor guitar. I've never done any of that but I think I've seen some of it done on youtube. So I'm pretty much an expert right?